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Namath, Joe

(Encyclopedia) Namath, Joe (Joseph William Namath)n´mth, 1943–, American football player, b. Beaver Falls, Pa. Namath's brilliance as a quarterback at the Univ. of Alabama earned him a three-…

National Conference Champions

Year Eastern Division Central Division Western Division Champion1970 Dallas Cowboys (10-4-0) Minnesota Vikings (12-2-0) San Francisco 49ers (10-3-1) Dallas1971 Dallas Cowboys (11-3-0)…

Tom Brady

Quarterback Tom Brady led a team to the championship of the National Football League seven times, six with the New England Patriots and once with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, in a stellar career that…

National League Champions

Year Champion (W-L-T)1920Akron Pros(6–0–3)1921 Chicago Staleys(10-1-1)1922 Canton Bulldogs (10-0-2)1923 Canton Bulldogs (11-0-1)1924 Cleveland Bulldogs(7-1-1)1925 Chicago Cardinals (11-2-1)…

George Deiderich Biography

George DeiderichAge: 63 All-American and two time All-SEC offensive and defensive guard for Vanderbilt in the 1950's; selected in 23rd round of 1959 NFL draft by Los Angeles Rams; played two…

Georgia Frontiere Biography

owner of the RamsDied: January 18, 2008 (unspecified location) Best Known as: first female to own a National Football League team Georgia Frontiere was the…

Tom Fears 2000 Deaths

Tom FearsAge: 76 former Los Angeles Rams wideout (1948-56) whose precise button-hook routes made him one of pro football's best receivers; had 84 catches in 1950; caught three TDs in 1950…

Merlin Olsen Biography

Professional football player, actorBorn: 9/15/1940Died: 3/11/2010Best Known as: Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Merlin Olsen grew up in Utah, where he played…

Robert Irsay Biography

Robert IrsayAge: 73 controversial NFL owner who moved the Colts from Baltimore to Indianapolis in 1984 overnight to avoid the media attention; became owner of the Baltimore team in 1972 by…

Fritz Shurmur Biography

Fritz ShurmurAge: 67 innovative and well-respected defensive coordinator for five NFL teams over two decades; instrumental in Green Bay's run to consecutive Super Bowls after the 1996 and…